|British Comparative Literature Association
Ninth International Conference
23-26 July 2001
All five plenary lectures at the conference were recorded and are now available online as streamed video clips. To view the clips, you will need Microsoft's Windows Media Player, which can be downloaded here if it is not already installed on your computer.
The text of these lectures will appear in Comparative Criticism 24 (Cambridge University Press, 2002), ed. Elinor Shaffer. For any reproduction of this video material as text (in print or electronic form), permission must be sought from Cambridge University Press.
Professor Dame Gillian Beer (Clare Hall, Cambridge)
'Marlowe the Reductionist: Iron versus Gold'
'Money at Work: The Bribe and the Analyst'
'In Possession: Person, Money and Exchange from "Daphnis and Chloe" to "Roger Ackroyd"'
'Worthy of their Hire: Literature and Cash' Dayve Fresco, UWS Media Services
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